Tag: Latin American literature
Angela Lang: A Kinship with Gabriel García MárquezApril 2014
Shared reading of García Márquez’s books was a way of finding an outlet for feelings kept and unsaid.
Daniel Alarcón: The Scar, Not the WoundOctober 2013
The novelist talks with Jamilah King about what it took to start over from scratch with his latest book, At Night We Walk in Circles.
Carlos Fuentes: The Lost InterviewJune 2012
A conversation recorded on the road reveals the late author’s take on the role of the writer-as-activist. Read and listen.
from Prose from the ObservatoryJanuary 2011
[T]he observatories beneath the moon of Jaipur and Delhi, the black ribbon of migrations, the eels in the middle of the street or in the stalls in a theatre...